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This Week’s To Do List

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This Tuesday, Living Walls will host a panel on how art, performance, and activism has been used then and now to humanize the statistics surrounding HIV and to fight the dissemination of propaganda. Image credit to Keith Haring, 1987.

TUESDAY, JULY 23

Atlanta, GA

*Panel: HIV Advocacy and Protest Through Art

Sister Louisa’s Church Annex / 7 – 9pm


THURSDAY, JULY 25

Atlanta, GA

*Artist Writing Incubator Talks: Andrew Durbin: “Life Imitates Art: Autofiction and Contemporary Arts Writing”

Atlanta Contemporary / 7 – 8pm


Performance: MAPPING: Public Choreographies

High Museum of Art Cousins Gallery / 12:30pm


Artist Talk: Of Origins and Belonging

High Museum of Art / 7 – 8pm


Artist Talk: Shana Robbins

Whitespace / 7 – 10pm


Opening: Brian Novatny

Marcia Wood Gallery / 7 – 9pm


Nashville, TN

*Performances and Screenings: New Digestible Era: Gravity Song

Fort Negley / 7 – 10pm


FRIDAY, JULY 26

Atlanta, GA

Performance: People Parade

High Museum Sifly Plaza / 12:30pm


Opening: LeeAnna Repass, Pinnacle Holler Baptism (The Salt Doll)

Callanwolde Fine Arts Center / 7 – 9pm


Opening: The New South 4

Kai Lin Art / 7 – 10pm


Nashville, TN

*Performances and Screenings: New Digestible Era: Gravity Song

Fort Negley / 7 – 10pm


SATURDAY, JULY 27

Richmond, VA

*Opening: Raque Ford and Sacha Ingber: Locked Eye

The Sunroom / 6 – 9pm


Atlanta, GA

Reading Group: Cold, Heavy, Light by Peter Schjeldahl

{Poem 88} / 11am


Performance: MAPPING: Public Choreographies

High Museum of Art Cousins Gallery / 12:30pm


Talk: Shanequa Gay

Chastain Arts Center / 1:00pm


SUNDAY, JULY 28

Atlanta, GA

Brunch with Coorain ($65)

ShowerHaus / 11:30am – 2pm


Idea Capital Launch Party

R. Land’s Studio / 4 – 7pm


ONGOING

GEORGIA

Atlanta

*William J. O’Brien: Shame Spiral / through August 4

*Erin Jane Nelson: Her Deepness / through August 4

Atlanta Contemporary


European Masterworks: The Phillips Collection / through July 14

*Strange Light: The Photography of Clarence John Laughlin / through November 10

Hand to Hand: Southern Craft of the Nineteenth Century / through August 4

*Of Origins and Belonging: Drawn from Atlanta / through September 29

High Museum of Art


Summer Swan Invitational

Swan Coach House Gallery / through August 8


No Place Like Home

Hathaway Gallery / through August 17


Summertime

Atlanta Photography Group / through August 17


*Krista Clark: Base Line of Appraisal

MOCA GA / through August 24


*Recent Drawings, featuring Krista Clark, William Downs, Yanique Norman, and Rocío Rodríguez

Sandler Hudson / through September 14


Shanequa Gay: Love Letter To The West End

Hammonds House / through October 13


Athens

Fountain: Melissa Brown and Jaime Bull

Brittainy Lauback: Liberty

Adam Sipe: Ring Wren & Turtle

Dodd Galleries, University of Georgia


Savannah

*Suzanne Jackson: Five Decades

Telfair Museum / through October 13


ALABAMA

Birmingham

*Hank Willis Thomas, unbranded / through August 10

Mary Frances Whitfield, Why? / through November 23

UAB Abroms – Engel Institute for the Visual Arts


KENTUCKY

Lexington

*Eric Rhein: Lifelines

Institute 193 / through July 24


Louisville

Mental Misconceptions: The Art of Self Care

Hite Art Institute, University of Louisville / through August 30


LOUISIANA

Baton Rouge

*Semblance : The Public / Private / Shared Self, featuring Jonathan Lyndon Chase, Heidi Hahn, and Doron Langberg

LSU Museum of Art / through October 6


NORTH CAROLINA

Charlotte

*Martha Clippinger: off-kilter

Hodges Taylor / through July 26


SOUTH CAROLINA

Lake City

Jenny Fine: Suspending Disbelief

Jones-Carter Gallery / through August 3


TENNESSEE

Nashville

An Opal Ring and the Stories that Scared Me

Galerie Tangerine / thru August 30


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